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Take admin side themes to the next level.
Happy happy themeness to you all.
All available versions and changes are listed here. Each entry indexes the relevant post(s) in the thread to learn about the features.
.sscsupport ; ignored .svn subdirs (all thanks pieman) ; improved warning messages ; misc fixes and housekeeping
fsockopen()and undefined index warnings if not connected to the Internet / prefs not installed
smd_mkdir_recursive()to smd_crunchers too
Last edited by Bloke (2012-01-29 22:02:08)
Notice: Use of undefined constant GLOB_BRACE – assumed ‘GLOB_BRACE’ in /path/to/TLD/textpattern/lib/txplib_misc.php(580) : eval()‘d code on line 364
Right, nuts. The PHP docs say:
Note: The GLOB_BRACE flag is not available on some non GNU systems, like Solaris.
So my guess is your version of PHP/server is missing this ability for some reason. One of the comments to that thread suggests a workaround so I’ll see if it’s possible to implement that in the plugin if I find that GLOB_BRACE is missing.
Thanks for the report.
I’ll see if it’s possible to implement that in the plugin if I find that GLOB_BRACE is missing.
Done in the latest version. Also fixed a small bug where it lost file content if you tried to create a non-php file.
Please re-download the plugin and let me know if it fixes your GLOB_BRACE warning.
I’ll probably be working with thebombsite to integrate the plugin more closely into Textgarden and hope to implement a system whereby theme updates can be flagged as available and downloaded direct from the plugin interface. Not sure if it’s possible, but I’m going to try.
Just tried importing “A Bit of Blue” w/ no success. I downloaded the zip from Textgarden. I used smd_admin_theme’s interface to choose the zip file. Clicked upload. Page refreshes, w/ nothing there.
If I unzip it, then the only choses are individual files, not the whole theme.
Am I doing something wrong, is “Bit of Blue” not ready for the plugin, or is there something else?
Just tried importing “A Bit of Blue” w/ no success.
EDIT: If you did then there’s a chance that zip support isn’t compiled into your PHP. Did you see any ‘unsupported type’ error message flash up? You could try the tgz version or the tar version I just exported.
Last edited by Bloke (2009-06-12 21:27:07)
Ya know Unfortunately those theme screenshots just don’t convey much about the theme because they’re so small (which they need to be for interface reasons).
It’d be pretty neat if we could distribute screenies and thumbs (something like screenshot-t.png and screenshot.png) with a theme. Use a little jQuery magico to show the full-sizer on hover. Thoughts?